Apex Legends is a massive multiplayer battle royale game that keeps its players hooked with cool mechanics. However, a factor that determines the ability to enjoy the game is the FPS. In such a case, we are going to focus on the PC STEAM platform to offer some tips that will allow you to increase the FPS and thus achieve a more fluid game.
Important to note, the FPS depends a lot on the type of team you have. If your PC is high-end, powerful, oriented to running games with many requirements, your FPS will be through the roof. Therefore, we are going to dedicate this article to those who have low-performance PCs.
How to Increase FPS in Apex Legends Steam
Many users ask how it is possible to increase FPS when playing Apex Legends. The answer is that yes, it is possible to significantly increase the fps both in this game and in others. However, it is absolutely necessary to mention that they will not increase greatly. There are factors that greatly limit this process, having a low-resource computer is paramount.
However, certain options that will help you upload them are the following:
Remove FPS limits from settings:
To do this, you will have to open EA Origins and go to the game library and choose Apex Legends. Next, go to the properties of the game by placing the option "Advanced Options". Here you will see the command lines, you will have to write + fps_max unlimited. Save and exit.
There are certain variables that can be altered to help increase the FPS in the game. Many still claim to have reached one hundred FPS. The configuration is as follows:
- Aspect Ratio: Native
- Resolution: Lower than native
- Field of view: one hundred
- Vertical Sync: Off
- Adaptive Frame Resolution: Zero
- Anti-aliasing: Off
- Texture budget: Depending on the RAM of your computer
- Texture Filtering: Bilinear
Once you have made the previous settings you will have already managed to significantly improve the FPS in Apex Legends. On the other hand, certain extra configurations that can help you are:
- Trilinear Optimization: Enabled
- Texture Quality Filter: HIGH Performance
- Anisotropic Texture Filter Optimization: On
- Power Management Mode: MAX Performance
- Pre Rendered Frames: Low